Stony Point Rock Quarry News Room

Publications featuring Stony Point Rock Quarry. For all media inquiries, please call Sara Ysunza (707) 795-1775 or sara -at- soilandrocks.com

We Will Rise From the Rubble

Cotati, CA, July 11, 2018—The tragic firestorms on the night of October 9th will forever be a part of our Sonoma County culture. Whether you lost your home, were forced to evacuate, or watched your […]

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Concrete Torched in Sonoma County Fires Being Recycled

Kevin McCallum, The Press Democrat, December 10, 2017—Marta May lives in Bloomfield and is used to seeing trucks coming and going from the Stony Point Rock Quarry west of Cotati. But never has she seen […]

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North Coast Solar & Stony Point Rock Quarry

North Coast Solar Stony Point Rock Quarry, March/April 2015—California’s 52-year-old Soiland Company produces rock, soil and compost products at three locations in Sonoma County, California, and is the North Bay’s largest recycler of rubble materials. […]

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Here Comes the Sun

Pit and Quarry, Loretta Sorensen, October 13, 2014—Solar power is the primary energy source fora California quarry caught between a rock and a hard place over changing electric rates. When increased electric rates tripled overnight in […]

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Stony Point Rock Quarry’s secret to energy cutting costs

Aggregates Manager, Brian Ethridge, August 4, 2014—When Stony Rock Quarry saw its power bill skyrocket from $13,000 in April 2012 to $24,000 in May 2012, company leaders knew something had to change. The California Public Utilities […]

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Quarry Cuts Power Bill with Solar, Battery Combo

 Jeff Quackenbush, Business Journal Staff Reporter, June 2, 2014, Cotati—While solar electricity installations at businesses are increasingly common in the North Coast, Stony Point Rock Quarry’s new photovoltaic array employs newer sun-following technology and is […]

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Stony Point Rock Quarry Joins GO LOCAL

Company News, February 2014—Stony Point Rock Quarry and Soiland Company are proud to announce that we have joined the GO LOCAL organization of Sonoma County. If you’re not aware, GO LOCAL is a cooperative network of locally-owned businesses, […]

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What Happens to Old Quarries?

KQED Science Contributor, Andrew Alden, August 11, 2011—Stony Point Rock Quarry is a working business in Cotati, busy making money and serving its community’s needs from the humblest of materials. Today, you can’t open a quarry without a […]

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